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Orrery restaurant seats 100 guests in an elegant dining room on the first floor of a converted stable block, overlooking Marylebone Church Gardens. After years of neglect, the original Burtons Stable Building was renovated in 1997 to provide space for one of the most elegant restaurants in London: a long, slim room with banquette seats flanking one wall, and a lovely view through large arched windows opposite. Menu favourites include foie gras, pied de cochon, veal sweetbreads and Pyrenean milk-fed lamb. The cheese trolley showcases fabulous cheeses sourced from small independent producers in France, and is a reason alone to visit.
Widely acclaimed as the finest seafood restaurant in London, the legendary One-O-One offers an exquisite selection of delectable Breton dishes in the stylish surroundings of Knightsbridge. The menu is a testament to the culinary skill of Executive Chef Pascal Proyart. Focusing on the restaurant's famed seafood, Pascal has also added innovative twists to the cuisine that bring a new dimension to the One-O-One dining experience. A popular highlight of the menu is Pascal's Petits Plats - a selection of small dishes designed for diners to sample and combine a variety of mouth-watering delights. You can pair up such delicacies as Brittany Blue Lobster, Slow Poached Norwegian Cod Loin, and Pan Seared Langoustine with duck foie gras with a range of accompaniments to suit your tastes. Whether enjoying a business lunch or an evening meal, the elegant interior and relaxed ambience are sure to impress. Stylish and sophisticated, the dining room features cosy armchairs and banquettes, bathing in natural light from the window-panelled wall.
Set in the verdant village of Dulwich, Beauberry House is a Georgian Grade II listed building with versatile facilities to accommodate a fine dining restaurant, contemporary bar and terraces for al fresco dining, and private dining for weddings and parties. One of the few venues within London to offer true country-style surroundings, Beauberry House is a beautiful venue offering panoramic views across Belair Park, providing a perfect setting for any special occasion. Beauberry House has been recognised with the award for Best Wedding Venue in South London 2009 and was shortlisted for Best British Wedding Venue 2009 (Wedding TV). Furthermore, Beauberry House was also voted as one of the 100 Best Restaurants by the National Restaurant Award. Whether you are planning a wedding, birthday party, christening or a corporate event, a dedicated event co-ordinator will help you plan an event which is tailored to suit your individual requirements, whilst delivering the highest of standards.
A corner of Italian sunshine in Butlers Wharf, Shad Thames, Cantina del Ponte offers the influences, flavours and atmosphere of Italy. A huge canopy provides a people-watching paradise for sunny days with great views of Tower Bridge. Simple, regional and authentic Italian fare is aplenty. Feast on homemade pasta, delicious seafood and slow-cooked meat dishes, all accompanied by an extensive Italian wine list.
Modern European cuisine, brasserie style. Seats 115 inside, terrace seating is also available. Simple grills, rotisseries, crustacea and salads, generous drinks and a relaxed atmosphere - pure hedonism on Heddon street.
Expect to pay up to £35 per person for full dinner and wine.
They shoot films around here because it's so atmospheric. A walk around the narrow streets gives you an idea of how things used to be at the Anchor. It was from this pub that Samuel Pepys witnessed the awesome destruction of the Great Fire of London in 1666.